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Little, Brown and Company Publisher - 1,681 works / 820 ebooks

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  • El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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    Collected poems of Emily Dickinson by Emily Dickinson
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    Quatrevingt-treize by Victor Hugo
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    Poems by Cowper, William
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    California and Oregon trail by Francis Parkman
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    Tusculanae disputationes by Cicero
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    La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi
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    Daniel Deronda by George Eliot
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    Potop by Henryk Sienkiewicz
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    Montcalm and Wolfe by Francis Parkman
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    The conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war after the conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman
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    Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson
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Authors

published most by this publisher
James Patterson, 77 books
Michael Connelly, 29 books
Samuel Eliot Morison, 15 books
Malcolm Gladwell, 12 books
Anita Shreve, 12 books
Ian Rankin, 12 books
John Feinstein, 12 books
Walter Mosley, 12 books
Denise Mina, 9 books
William Sears, 9 books
David Sedaris, 9 books
E. Phillips Oppenheim, 9 books
George P. Pelecanos, 8 books
David Foster Wallace, 8 books
John P. Marquand, 7 books
Ernest Haycox, 7 books
Francis Parkman, 7 books
Martha Sears, 7 books
Stephenie Meyer, 6 books
Pete Hamill, 6 books
Matt Christopher, 6 books
Susan Branch, 6 books
Margery Sharp, 5 books
Donald Stokes, 5 books
B. M. Bower, 5 books

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